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Before I start: This is my first attempt for a documented FM-Save. Any suggestions are appreciated. I'm Swiss, and my english isn't the best so if you don't understand something please let me know. The Setup: For a maximum of realism - All countrys are playable and the detail level for all international and continental competitions are on max. Thanks to claasen for his megapack! The Club: RSC Anderlecht The philosophy: RSC Anderlecht is known for its good youth recruitment. I wanna continue this way. Belgium has a high amount of citizens from francophone Countries in Africa. So my focus on transfers will be mostly african Nations (Especially DR Kongo, Morocco, Ivory Coast and Ghana). - One Goal is a good mixture of homegrown talent and African youngsters. - A high determinded and professional squad is my key to success -> Tutoring the players to Model Citizen, Model Professional, Perfectionist, Resolute or Professional - buy cheap, sell high The Coach: Cheick Massama is the perfect example for the culture in Belgium. Born and raised in Kinshasa (DR Congo) moved to Belgium for a professional career as footballer. After an injury he was forced to quit his dream and looking for a new goal. After several Jobs in the youth academy of RSC Anderlecht he was named as the new head coach of the season 2017/18. Make RSC Anderlecht great again! Cheers Daveincid
What's the experiment about: -A comparison in the attributes "Consistency" and "Important Matches", so to check if they do increase (or decrease) after some years, in both real players and newgens. The comparisons will be performed with the help of Genie Scout. Feel free to make suggestions as to what else could be compared. Requirements: -A long-term save, having being saved in a 5/10/15/20 year period, for example: Save A=2016, Save B=2021, Save C=2026, Save D=2031, etc. (of course it doesn't have to be during a 5-year period, 6-7 years will do. And only a save in 2016 and a save in 2024 will still do) -Changes with the pre-game editor: No (at least not after the first save) -In-game Editor used: No (at least not after the first save) -Other Editors used: No (at least not after the first save) -Please inform me if you added or removed any leagues after setting up your database and what's the deal with the "Detail Level" in your save. Why am I doing this? An experiment was conducted here, which sort of proved that the "Important Matches" attribute doesn't improve as it should be. But, since it wasn't a detailed one, I want to do it again. Could someone share his long-term saves please?
The idea for this challenge is simply: Win every top flight domestic league, starting from the least reputable competition to the highest. (I have downloaded Claassen's hugely impressive set of extra nation's so I can really start right at the bottom.) The reputation of each competition can be found in the editor - I will provide an extensive list (incl. all of Claassen's nations) if there is enough interest in this from others. This is the first ten (where the number represents a reputation value out of 200 for the domestic top flight): 2 Kiribati 2 Northern Mariana 7 Guam 7 Bhutan 12 Tuvalu 13 American Samoa 15 Liberia 20 Tonga 20 Zambia 20 Mali So I have loaded the bottom two nation's, Kiribati & Northern Mariana, as both of their top flights have the same reputation. (You can load as many as you want at one time, but must stay in order.) In this case, it is up to you which you try to conquer first, but to move on to higher reputation leagues, you should've won both top flight division titles! I will add the next most reputable nation's leagues, Guam & Bhutan, when it is a possibility that I could move up to one of those nation's by the start of the next season. Start out with a no-qualifications, Sunday league rep manager and unemployed. Apart from that, there are no other rules. Just to try to enjoy a successful, multi-national save in every corner of the globe! I'll be posting my progress here!